Who was Emily Davison? What act is she most famous for?
Emily Wilding Davison was one of the most prominent women in the history books who was an activist and a martyr. She was an English feminist who fought for women’s voting rights in Britain during the first dates of the twentieth century. Emily was popularly recognized by her militant fighting personality and strong membership in the Women's Social and Political Union, which costed her life. She met her death after being hit by horse Anmer, which belonged to King George V, in 1913.